Tyler Seguin led the Bruins in scoring last season, and showed that he was on the verge of becoming the playmaker that Boston envisioned upon taking him with the second overall selection in 2010. Now, with another year of development, Seguin could be a nightmare for opposing teams in 2013.
Seguin, who is still just 20 years old, enters his third season with a great deal of confidence, but the Bruins forward admits he’s still trying to improve. In fact, Seguin already showed plenty of improvement while playing overseas during the NHL lockout.
Seguin played in Switzerland and led EHC Biel in scoring during the lockout, but the rising star insists it was the life lessons he took from the experience that could prove to be just as valuable as his on-ice development.
Check out the video above from NESN Daily to hear more about Seguin’s upcoming season.